The 168-foot Sea Tiger sits at 130 feet below the surface of the waters on the south side of Oahu. This former Hawaiian fishing vessel has become a hulking, blue-gray neighborhood for eagle rays and home to a variety of reef species, from moray eels to delicate nudibranchs. One highlight to look for is the gigantic honu, or Hawaiian green sea turtle, which have taken up residence on the wreck. Upright and still very much intact, this is one of the best wrecks in Hawaii for penetration by trained divers. For the open water divers, even an underwater promenade around the outside of the wreck will provide enough to explore for several dives.
These cards provide a detailed depiction of the Sea Tiger wreck and reef in Oahu, Hawaii. TEach waterproof card is double sided, made of durable PVC plastic and is designed to be taken on the dive. They are also three hole punched to fit in standard log books or on lanyards.